Dinner @ Fiorella's Jack Stack Barbecue
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Fiorellaâ€™sJack Stack Barbecue
Mark was absolutely right, there is no barbecue like the one at the Fiorella's jack Stack barbeque. The amount of food is absolutely obscene (in a good way) lol!
This was our lunch/dinner place on the meet up day. We started off with music from a duet (Mark & Mark) and a few drinks at the Classic Cup Cellar where Natalie, Sari and Jennifer joined us. I canâ€™t recall how long we were down there, it looked like nightfall or one of those daytime dancing halls that imitate the night. The bartender was such a sweet girl who I believe was wondering what it was with the entire photo-taking thing. We seemed to take more photos than drink or dance to the nice music that our host was playing.
I guess we were tired or stressed out by the time we came tot he cellar because the good doctor was performing one of those â€˜relaxersâ€™ on Eric: but with Eric one could not tell, anything could have been possible.
Anyhow, from the Classic Cup Cellar, we took a stroll to the barbecue house that was literally down the road. We made a stop round the corner to see what turned out to be my favorite fountain of all. A lilâ€™ boy stuck naked playing by the spring and a little toad peeing right onto his pipi, lol! You got to love this one.
A stroll down the street and right at the next street corner and we were at the Fiorellaâ€™s Jack Stack Restaurant.
Then I looked at the menus: they are huge! They have everything from burnt ends, brisket, ribs, sausage, and great salads to large family packages. Their menu was something to look at. It took me a while to decide what I wanted to have, boy when they finally served me, I could not believe that it was a serving for one. I ordered the three meats (beef, pork and mutton), I never finished eating it all.
The Menu had a listing of Berkshire bunt ends, barbecued pork and meet specials, one the famous orders on the menu was the â€˜union stationâ€™ and the â€˜Super samplerâ€™. Tim ordered the super sampler and Eric ordered a Brisket which came with baked beans, I must have eaten all of Ericâ€™s beans because I kept asking for more and more, yumm. â€˜The Big Taste of Kansas Cityâ€™ was what caught my eye on the menu, I still recall wondering why someone would want that much meat: but in all honesty, the make up is irresistible.
Check them out at http://www.jackstackbbq.com. Better yet, if you are ever in Kansas City, let this be your first taste of KC.